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Killexams : Andrew Bauserman
About Me

I'm a family man. My wife Jill (M.A.Ed '97) is a memorizing Interventionist for a local public elementary school, and my daughter Courtney is working as an aid for a public school Kindergarten a few hours north. They keep my life interesting—and help me keep a balance between work and home.

I'm also an unapologetic science, technology, and A/V geek!

I cut my teeth on a Science Project 75-in-One Electronic Project Kit while in elementary school—good off-season practice for wiring up Dad's pre-war Lionel train set under the Christmas tree.

My computer experience moved from a Sinclair ZX81 — with the 16KB expansion cartridge! — and Apple IIe in junior high, through a few years with DOS and dumb terminals on a Prime mini-computer in college. It was during my 3 years working for the Instructional Technology Lab in Swem Library that I was first introduced to the Apple Macintosh computer.

After some years managing a Novell network of Windows 95/98 PCs and picking up languages from Pascal to Visual Basic, I have found a niche vacillating between Windows and MacOS computers, having the occasional dalliance with the Linux distro de jour, and hacking a bit of alphabet-soup web code (CFML, CSS, HTML, JS, SQL, PHP, VTL, XSLT).

In addition to computers, I've dabbled in a variety of audio/visual technologies—photography using dissolve units to synchronize multiple slide projectors with an audio track, videography using a live switcher with multiple cameras and post-production A-B roll edits, and stage lighting using Strand Century and other cool gear. Of all the A/V tech I've tried, I've always come back to audio.

I've been hooked on music (of various genres) since the 1970s, and a diversity of podcasts since 2005. I also share with my daughter an affinity for audio books (aka books on tape). But mixing and recording live sound is my love and avocation. I've had the opportunity, over the years, to provide this service to dozens of community and theatrical events, and thousands of church services.


I'm a local boy. After graduating Hampton High School in 1987, I followed my father's legacy by earning a degree from William & Mary with a concentration in Physics and minor in Mathematics (B.S. 1991).

I delayed my entry into the real world by signing on as a technical intern for the Virginia Shakespeare Festival in the summer of 1991—bringing my total credit-hours in Theatre, Speech, and Dance to twenty-one. (To be clear, that's eighteen in Theatre, three in Speech, and zero in Dance.)

After a winter away from the 'burg, I returned to my Alma Mater for a Master's in Education, concentrating in K-12 Administration and Supervision (M.Ed. 1994).

In the subsequent years I have completed one master's-level and two doctoral-level courses in education; received training from 3Com, Oracle, and the SANS Institute; and completed the Training of Technical Trainers certification. I continue to attend local, national and online conferences — having often presented as well.

Professional Experience

During my 7 year hiatus from William & Mary, I served as a high school science teacher (3 years), technical director of the theater (5 years), and computer-coordinator/Director of Technology (7 years) for a local independent school. In addition to teaching duties, I was responsible for set design and construction, as well as sound and lighting design and production for 3 main-stage productions and various grade-level and community events (symphony orchestras, beauty pageants, and body builders) taking place in the auditorium each year. I also had responsibility for the bell, phone, computer and networking systems at the school. At the time I left, in 2001, I was managing 2 Windows 2000 and 5 Novell Netware servers, over 100 networked computers (100Mbps to the desktop), and a fiber-optic backbone providing 1Gbps between the two main buildings, 100Mbps to several remote buildings and a T1 (1.544Mbps synchronous) internet connection.

In the 20+ years since I returned to the university as an employee in the summer of 2001, my responsibilities have shifted and developed. Over this time I have taught staff how to write web code, built a tool kit that obviated the need for staff to write web code, and developed multiple bespoke web applications. My job title, Senior Web Architect, is a bit of a catch-all encompassing facilitator of the University Web & Design team (and IT liason) for specifying the university's public web infrastructure; application architect and system analyst helping to develop functional specifications for various web applications; co-maintainer for miscellaneous existing web applications; and programmer, doing a bit of real coding.

Projects and Roles

I currently serve as system administrator for the university's primary content management system, Cascade CMS by Hannon Hill. I also serve as one of the email support specialist for University Web & Design, responding to questions on Cascade and other web technologies that we manage. Until recently, I was the lead trainer for Cascade CMS—assisting faculty, staff and student-intern web editors in getting up to speed via both in-person and online training.

I have served on several campus and IT committees—from the RFP committee for re.web, to several personnel search committees—and for several years I facilitated the Web Operations Team within Information Technology.

Among projects that are still in operation, I helped produce the W&M Events system. Projects for which I have served as technical lead include:

  • AlcoholEdu single sign-on
  • Course Evaluation System
  • Digital Information Literacy (DIL) Evaluation
  • Education Policy Committee GER management system
  • iTunesU at W&M and iTunesU single sign-on
  • President's Collection of Student and Faculty Art web site
  • Protocol and Compliance Management System
  • re.Web (co-technical lead)
  • Student Happenings email newsletter
  • Tribe Responses (co-technical lead)
  • Tribe Voices (co-technical lead)
  • W&M Web Templates
  • Web front-end for W&M Digest, GreekDigest and LawSchoolCommunity listservs
Personal Interests

Many weekends you'll find me mixing sound for Deer Park Fellowship. Podcasts keep me at the top of my game as I commute from Newport News listening to Security Now, This Week in Google, Windows Weekly, or the AudioNowCast.

I further exercise the little grey cells reading an occasional physics book—most recently QBism: The Future of Quantum Physics by my freshman physics professor, Hans Christian von Baeyer, PhD. (To re-appropriate a characterization of Wolfgang Pauli, Dr. von Baeyer is "a natural philosopher in the classical sense of the phrase." If you haven't read any of his books, I recommend them!)

If I make it outdoors during the warm season, my favorite activity is canoeing at Newport News Park—an activity to which I introduced my daughter a few summers ago.

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About The Institute
VECTOR is a unique and innovate Embedded Systems Training Institute. We are first ISO 9001:2008 certified for Embedded Training, course design, conduct and placement guidance. We train students to make industry ready professionals. The admission to Embedded Systems course is through an All India Entrance exam conducted in 23 cities all over India.
Awards & Recognition

Awarded thriceThe Best Embedded Systems Training Institute in India” consecutively in 2011, 2012 and 2013 at the Big Brands Educational Excellence Awards; alongside majors like IITs, IIMs, Corporates like Siemens.

Received Asia Pacific Global award for its contribution and value addition to the IT Industry, and appreciated for the same by the Hon Prime Minister of India

Courses Offered
Course Name *:
Embedded Systems

Course Level*: Advanced course in Embedded Systems
Modules Covered:

C, Linux Internals, Networking & TCP/IP Applications, C++, Microcontroller 8051, ARM, RTOS with 4 mini & 1 major projects.


BE/B.Tech (ECE,EEE,EIE,CSE,IT); MCA; MSc (CS, Electronics, Instrumentation, Physics with specialization in electronics); M.Tech (Electronics, CS)

Admission Procedure

The admission in to Embedded Sys course is through an All India Entrance exam conducted quarterly in 23 cities all over India. Candidates have to visit the website (www.vectorindia.org) for the exam dates and register online.
Working professionals with Relevant Experience are eligible for Direct Admission.

Syllabus for Admission test:

Basics of C programming
Digital Electronics
Microprocessor 8085/8086
General Aptitude

  • VECTOR has a dedicated and; ever improving placement record through 100% genuine placement assistance and lateral placements with operations in Bangalore, Chennai, Pune, Noida and Hyderabad.
  • Vector has achieved a remarkable of 135 MNC’s campus visits from May 2012 - May 2013.
  • 5.5 Lakhs Per Annum is the highest package received so far and maintaining an average of 2.5 – 3.0 LPA
Top Recruiting Companies

Sony R & D, Satyam, Bosch, Visteon, Lear Corp, GE, Convergys, Ceeyes, Thrikasa Tech, virtuBridge, E-Consystems, Mars Telecom (3COM), Ikanos Comm, Ordyn Comm, Elico, GD Micro, Dearborn Electronics, Knowx Innovations, Automotive Robotics Inc., Mistral Solutions, General Motors, Safran Aerospace, SQL Star, Cavium networks, Siemens, Huawei, Sasken, TietoEnator, Vedams, Azingo (Celunite), Megasoft, Panterra Networks, Cyber motions, Park Controls, Saha Software Sol, Vensoft, LGSoft, EA-Mobile, Fusion Networks, Apollo Micro Sys, Midas Comm, Conexant(Hyd), TataPower-SED, PW Systems, Moschip Semiconductors, Philips, Aizyc Tech, Purple Talk, Bartronics, Emerson, Polycom, Nucleonix, Gaian Sol, TeamF1, Safran, Hella Electronics, American MegaTrends Inc, PrimeSoft, Key Point Tech, GRIT Innovation, Srans Info, Resource Tech, Prime Soft, Latens Sys, Danlaw Inc, Cadence, Vayuguru Sys, Hyundai R & D, Interchain Sol, Delphi-TCI, Redpine Signals, Sony Sw Center, Thotaka, Teradata, VVDN, HAL Edgewood, Integra Micro Systems, Emulex, Happiest Minds, Analog Devices, Alcatel – Lucent, and many more…..

Infrastructure/ Teaching Facilities
  • Labs with over 400-systems, controller boards. 1:12 ratio of lab coordinators to students
  • 6- Days a week, theory(1 ½- 2hrs) and practical (3hrs) sessions
  • Labs open 24/7 to facilitate serious involvement and enhanced practice
  • AC Class rooms with acoustically engineered sound systems, projector, comfortable seating.
  • Alternate week Theory and Lab exams
  • Library facility with online resource in labs containing soft copies of materials, books etc
  • Dedicated placement cell, administrative office with operations in major cities
  • Dedicated Project team to guide students
Featured Faculty

Expertise in Product design and Development in several domains like Automotive, Satellite communication, Telecom and Aerospace. Directors having spent a decade in development, training, selection and recruitment, brings exposure & experience to the classroom.

All the faculty members at VECTOR Institute are real time professionals who are currently working with major companies and take classes on specific domains of their specialization. It is these people who bring in the industry experience & expertise to the class room.

Institute Information
Name of the Institute *: Vector India Pvt Ltd
Affilation Status
Year of Establishment: 2005
Mobile No: 9866666699/ 8762456789
Alternate Phone: 9866997799/ 040-23736669 / 080-26546474
Email Address: info@vectorindia.org,
Website:              www.vectorindia.org
Country *: India
City *: Hyderabad, Bangalore

# 502, Nagasuri Plaza (Bank Of India building)
Behind Maithrivanam, Ameerpet,
Hyderabad, 500038

36/52, 27th Cross, 12th Main,
Jayanagar 4th block,
Bangalore - 560011

Through All India Entrance conducted every 3-months at 23-cities.


Offers 100% Placement assistance.


Hostels & PG Accommodations available at walking distance from the institute.

Latest Record

135-companies hired during May 2012 - May 2013

Details & Online Application


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